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New multi-cloud capabilities scale discovery and dependency mapping of all assets beyond on-prem data centers to public and private clouds
Dynamic content updates enable customers to add new cloud providers to keep pace with their digital business needs
HOUSTON – September 12, 2017 – BMC, a global leader in IT solutions for the digital enterprise, today announced the BMC Discovery for Multi-Cloud solution with new asset discovery capabilities to provide greater visibility into multi-cloud environments. BMC Discovery for Multi-Cloud creates a dynamic, complete view of multi-cloud IT assets, including their relationships across private and public clouds as well as in the data center. This data becomes the trusted foundation for successful multi-cloud management that empowers the digital business.
With the shift from the on-prem to multi-cloud environments, companies are challenged with security, cost, compliance, and governance requirements.
"The first step in addressing these challenges is knowing not just what assets are in data centers but also across private, public, and managed clouds," said Nayaki Nayyar, President, Digital Service Management at BMC. "By knowing everything within on-prem and multi-cloud environments, organizations become more service-aware, cost-transparent, and secure."
"As our service management needs evolve to meet the demands of digital business, so must the tools we rely on," said Scott Nolting, Remedy System Administrator at the University of Kansas Health System. "Multi-cloud environments present new challenges for discovery and dependency mapping, and we've seen firsthand that BMC Discovery has evolved to provide the reliable baseline awareness required to manage public and private clouds."
To learn more about how the BMC Discovery for Multi-Cloud solution is the foundation of multi-cloud management, visit http://www.bmc.com/it-solutions/discovery-dependency-mapping.html.
About BMC Discovery
The BMC Discovery solution delivers rich, event-driven discovery and relationship data available on an open platform that other systems can leverage and interact with. This data enables faster data center consolidation, easier response to software license audits, and more accurate identification of security vulnerabilities to reduce risk. It also creates more awareness, security, and transparency across the organization, resulting in more informed decisions, better prioritization and remediation of vulnerabilities, and greater understanding of how IT costs impact lines of business.
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